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Here is a list of the top 10 list oil-producing countries in the world. The top 10 oil-producing countries in the world are as below
8. United Arab Emirates
3. United States
1. Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia still be the no 1 biggest oil-producing country followed by Russia.
And if we compare Malaysia to another ASEAN country like Brunei Darussalam, The result as below :
Wow! The Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest is back! Joey Chestnut Won His Fifth Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest 2011 on July 4, 2011 at Coney Island, New York. He was claimed as a winner after devouring 62 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Meanwhile, Takeru Kobayashi, who was competing on his own, broke the world record, consuming 69 hot dogs in ten minutes!
I wonder what it will be if there will be a hot dog eating contest in Malaysia!
Eating 62 Hot Dog in just 10 minutes! This is amazing!
Enjoy the vidoe guys!
Located at Kampung Kiarong, 2 km from the capital of Brunei Darussalam, (Bandar Seri Begawan) Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque is the largest and the one of the most beautiful mosque in Brunei Darussalam. The mosque officially opnened on 1994.
It was the brainchild of His Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Yang Dipertuan Negara Brunei Darussalam Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah, the Sultan of Brunei. It was built to commerate the 25th anniversary of His Majesty’s accession to the throne. Named after the current Sultan of Brunei Darussalam, the centre dome is golden- plate dome where prayers are held and surrounded by four minarets also plated with golden dome.
Today we would like to share about the top ten list tea producing countries in the world. Tea plants are native to East and South Asia and probably originated around the point of confluence of the lands of northeast India, north Burma, southwest China, and Tibet. Although tales exist in regards to the beginnings of tea being used as a beverage, but no one sure of its exact origins. Tea contains catechins, a type of antioxidant. It also contains tannic acid and caffeine. There are many advantages of drinking tea.
One of them is that drinking tea is beneficial to our heart. Drinking tea is also good for the smokers to eliminate the nicotine and other harmful chemical from the system. Tea is made from from it leaves (Tea Plant). The leaves that just picked up from the plants, need to go through several processes like drying, crushing, mixing, and fermentation.
ABOUT 200 years before the Brookes became the White Rajah of Sarawak, Sarawak was under the control of the Brunei Sultanate. Not much has been known how Sarawak was governed by the Brunei Sultanate but presumably there was an equivalent of a governor then.
Not many know that around 1598, Sarawak had its first and only Sultan. How did this come about?
When Sultan Muhammad Hassan, Brunei’s ninth Sultan who reigned from 1582 to 1598 died, the throne was ascended by his eldest son, Sultan Abdul Jalilul Akbar.
Sultan Abdul Jalilul Akbar had a younger sibling named Pengiran Muda Tengah Ibrahim Ali Omar Shah or was better known as Raja Tengah.
According to oral tradition, Pengiran Muda Tengah wanted to become the Sultan of Brunei as well. He argued that his elder brother was born when his father was not yet the Crown Prince whereas he was born when Sultan Muhammad Hassan was anointed as the Crown Prince. This, argued Pengiran Muda Tengah, made him more suited to be the Sultan than his elder brother.
Sultan Abdul Jalilul Akbar was a wise man. He understood his younger sibling’s intention and he tried to accommodate his brother’s wishes. One way out for Sultan Abdul Jalilul Akbar was to appoint Pengiran Muda Tengah as a Sultan somewhere else. And so Pengiran Muda Tengah was appointed as the Sultan of Sarawak, since Sarawak was then owned and governed by Brunei.
According to the Salsilah Raja-Raja Brunei, Pengiran Muda Tengah accepted the appointment and he made preparation to go to Sarawak. When he went to Sarawak, more than 1,000 warriors of Sakai, Kedayan and Pulau Bunut origins accompanied him. A few nobilities went along with him to help him administer the new country. Many of these are the forefathers of some of today’s Malay community in Sarawak.
In Sarawak, the new Sultan and his men built a palace and a fort to surround the palace. Sultan Tengah began to appoint his senior officials. Among them was Datu Petinggi Seri Setia, Datu Shahbandar Indera Wangsa, Datu Amar Setia Diraja and Datu Temenggong Laila Wangsa. After everything was done, Sultan Tengah coronated himself as Sultan Ibrahim Ali Omar Shah, the first Sultan of Sarawak. According to Sambas History, Sultan Tengah was also known as Sultan Abdul Jalil.